Victor Bravo

Seville, Home of Flamenco

Are you drawn to destinations that exude mystery, history & romance? Stroll with BCD through the cobblestone streets on a tour of Seville and soak up the ancient ambiance of a culture shaped by Jewish traders, Muslim missionaries, and Gypsy nomads. Relax in the gardens of Real Alcazar, the oldest European royal residence, which has been in constant use for more than 1,000 years. Get happily lost in the eccentric labyrinth of Barrio Santa Cruz. Immerse yourself in the flamboyant spirit of one of the world’s best-loved dance forms at the Museum of Flamenco Dance. Let BCD give you the back story and local perspectives on Seville’s' cultural heritage before you travel!

Seville, Home of Flamenco

An Interview with Victor Bravo, Flamenco Artist & Dance Director at the Flamenco Museum Seville

Victor Bravo is a flamenco artist and Dance Director at the Flamenco Museum Seville, Spain. He has pursued a stage career performing pure flamenco as well as working with classical and modern dance companies. Some of the well-known companies with which he has danced are those of María Pagés, Lauren Postigo and Joaquín Cortés.

An Interview with Victor Bravo, Flamenco Artist & Dance Director at the Flamenco Museum Seville